A drug seller is facing jail after he was robbed at a £8 cannabis farm in his flat.
Balint Katzap-Nagy shipped large quantities of a class B drug through the postal service from his former home on Montrose Street in Brechin.
A policeman discovered 622 of cannabis along with equipment used to grow the drug.
A resident of Hungary who lived in the Netherlands was arrested to wait for a real prison sentence, according to Sheriff Alastair B.
Text messages on Kaszap-Nagy ‘s phone also ran links to Blackberry and White Widow, two different types of cannabis, under the initials “BB” and “WW.”
Officers also found packages containing cannabis with branded labels that were to be shipped out via Royal Mail.
MP Kirsten Letford said: “A mobile phone has been inspected and numerous reports have been found, of cannabis being sold.
‘A laptop was inspected and acts of sale on the dark web revealed.
“The total weight of cannabis was 662g at a street cost of £8,000.”
The 26-year-old Katzap fully admitted guilt that between May 28 and August last year he was busy supplying the drug 31 as well as producing it.
His friend Anita F. was also charged with supplying the drug, but her innocence was accepted by the Crown.
According to John Boyle, Kaszap-Nagy often attended previous court hearings in the Netherlands as well.
He convinced the sheriff Brown to provide it release on the security, but it pluchit refusal.
Sentence was deferred until next month for reports and Kaszap-Nagy was remanded in custody.